Meaning : Woman, Freyja is a name used mainly in German and Scandanavian languages and means 'mistress' or 'lady'., The lady, The Lady,
Pronunciation : (FRAY-ah), FRAY-ah , FRAY ah,
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Additional information Freyja:
Norse Goddess said to have a chariot pulled by two cats with long, white hair.
Freyja is a feminine name of Norse origin. In English speaking countries it is usually spelt Freya. In Norse mythology, Freyja was the goddess of birth and fertility, and its meaning is therefore interpreted as ‘Woman’.
Older form of FREYA
Definition funny of Freyja:
The Norse Goddess of love, fertility, sexuality, lust, beauty, magic, war, and death. The counterpart to her twin brother Frey. Her name means “Lady”. Freyja is the most beautiful of all the Goddesses, women pray to her for help in all matters. Freyja teaches women to love who they are and for men to love them for it. She is said to have wept tears of gold when searching for her lost husband, Od. After being abandoned by her husband Freyja becomes the most promiscuous of all Goddesses, having love affairs with gods, humans, elves, and dwarves. Her necklace is named Brisingamen, (whose power cannot be resisted) which he obtained from four dwarves by spending the night with them. She also has a cloak of falcon feathers and a chariot drawn by two cats (think lynx not house cats). Freyja is quite independent by nature, being chief of the Valkyrie she gets half of all those who fall in battle (the other half go to Odin.). Not being married, she is also a single mother to Hnoss. In ancient times the constellation we today know as Orion, was known as “Freyja’s Gown”, and the sword belt was called “Freyja’s Girdle”.
Freyja is not the same Goddess as Frigga, so do not confuse them.
This is the incorrect spelling of the name 'Freya' often given by parents who cannot spell, or parents wishing their child to be special believing the correct spelling of the name to be too normal.
Parents: ''Let's call our child Freyja because we cannot spell and Freya is too boring''
1) A hot and sexxy little monkey. Typically of Jewish descent but still consumes bacon. Loves beer and any form of alcohol that can be consumed. An amazing lover in life and the bedroom. Caring, and intelligent but can become demonic at a moments notice. Has a nice booty and a sexxy slender body. Loves politics, computers, and pleasuring her man. Giggity. Has a much bigger heart and kindness than most people notice. Insanely intelligent and funny. Brightens the room, world, and life of all those who allow her too. Awesome. Can consume mass quantities of alcohol such as 9 gin and tonic doubles within an hour or two time span. May be found dancing while shaking her butt and point her fingers in the air. If not found dancing can most likely be found drinking, studying, or making her boyfriend Robert extremely happy Hates hipsters and renecks Loves kitties, puppies, and pastrami. See also sex muffin See also mad genius 2) Can also be the action or cause of reaching a great soreness after much sexual intercourse
1) Freyja is hot. That girl must be named Freyja. Freyja has a carriage drawn by kitties. Dude, you drink like Freyja. EEEeeeeeeeeeee 2) guy 1) Dude why are you so tired? guy 2) One word Freyja or guy A) Whats with the smile? guy B) Freyja giggitied my gasmougan
Songs about Freyja:
1 Freyja's Aett Fehu by Frausun from the Album Rista
2 Freyja's Aett Uruz by Frausun from the Album Rista
3 Freyja's Aett Thurisaz by Frausun from the Album Rista
4 Freyja's Aett Ansuz by Frausun from the Album Rista
5 Freyja's Aett Raido by Frausun from the Album Rista
6 Freyja's Aett Kenaz by Frausun from the Album Rista
7 Freyja's Aett Gebo by Frausun from the Album Rista
Books about Freyja:
Freyja, Lady, Vanadis: An Introduction to the Goddess by Patricia M. Lafayllve (Aug 16, 2006)
Fire Jewel: A Devotional For Freyja by Gefion Vanirdottir (Dec 23, 2013)
Goddess Connections Workbook Freyja by Tara Reynolds (Dec 14, 2013)
Freyja, the Great Goddess of the North by Britt-Mari Näsström (Aug 1, 2003)
The Story of Freyja: The Peregrine Falcon by Calvin Robert Healey and York Maine Students (Nov 1, 2011)
Dames du Ciel et de la Terre: Mystères des Déesses Ishtar & Freyja (French Edition) by Ishara Labyris and Freya Kybella (Oct 12, 2012)
Freyja - The Great Goddess of the North (Lund Studies in History of Religions) by Britt-Mari Nasstrom (Nov 1995)
Wiki information Freyja:
In Norse mythology, Freyja is a goddess associated with love, sexuality, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr, war, and death. Freyja is the owner of the necklace Brísingamen, rides a chariot pulled by two cats, keeps the boar Hildisvíni by her side,...
Freyja is a fictional character from the 2011 film Legends of Valhalla: Thor.